A few years ago SAS scrapped the business class cabin on shorthaul flights within Scandinavia and the rest of Europe. Instead a premium economy cabin called SAS Plus was introduced.
Although there is a cold meal service on longer intra-European flights, on most shorter flights there is a cafe selection where passengers can choose something to eat from the trolley. The same selection is generally available for purchase in economy class, SAS Go.
There are usually a few changes when a new menu is introduced, normally twice a year for the summer season and for the winter season, and one of the new highlights in the summer menu for 2018 is the new chocolate ball, which has become very popular among SAS frequent flyers.
The new handmade chocolate ball is produced by Hedh-Escalante, a chocolatier located in Malmö in southern Sweden. The company is run by Jan Hedh and Maria Escalante, hence the name of the company.
This week the new chocolate ball is available to try in the SAS Lounges in Stockholm, and you are free to take more than one if you want.